The Tiny Bang Story
Developer: Colibri Games
Current Version: 2.3
Last Updated: 6 months ago
Download Size: 178.1 MB - Download
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Life on Tiny Planet was calm and carefree until a great disaster occurred - Tiny Planet was hit by a meteor! The world fell apart and now its future depends only on you! Use your imagination and creativity: in order to restore Tiny Planet and help its inhabitants you will have to fix a variety of machines and mechanisms as well as solve puzzles in each of the five chapters of this game. Navigation is simple and intuitive. It doesn't distract you from the witty brain teasers, and you will be able to fully immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of the game.
- There is no text in this game. It is fun for all ages and suitable for the whole family!
- Five vastly different chapters and over 30 exciting brain teasers (minigames)
- A bright, gorgeous world drawn entirely by hand
- Absorbing game play and simple navigation
- 10 enchanting musical themes
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Most Helpful Reviews
Fun Game! - I'm usually not a game person, but this game is a lot of fun. It's sort of like a less stressful Myst. My only complaint is that it is too short. Hopefully they make a sequel.
Not worth it - Fun find it game but way to short to pay $9.99 for. DO NOT GET THIS APP!
More Reviews for Current Version
Crashes!! - About 2/3 way through and game crashes. cannot advance. was fun but can’t finish game
Still Not Working - I loved this game and all of the puzzels until they decided to update it and now parts of the game no longer work or it crashes. The tile picture puzzel no longer works and i cannot get passed the 2nd part. I was hoping this update would have fixed it for me but sadly no.
Original and engrossing but…. - Loved is the operative word. 4th time thru I couldn’t put the numbers on the clock anymore without crashing. Tried everything from a hard reboot of my machine, starting the game over again and full screen rather than partial all to no avail. Looks like I’m not alone. Why don’t they fix this? Have to still give it 3 stars as it played well the first three times. ****** Loved this game, have played it 3 times and still enjoy it after a long break in between. No instructions but you get the hang of it pretty easily, broad hints available with the question mark in the upper right corner. It’s a very unique game and I wish they’d make more!
Loved this game! - I loved this game. I didn’t want it to finish. In fact maybe after a few months I’ll play it again, because it’s so good. I hope the creators make another game of the same genre.
Imaginative but very short, with frequent crashing - This is a cute game with nice graphics (except the two incongruous statues holding themselves while they pee in a pond?!?!?) and no text, which I thought was a great idea. Part of the puzzle of the game is figuring out what you have to do, since there is no text whatsoever, only pictures. The puzzles are a mix of really easy and really hard, although the difficulty lies more in the fact that it takes a long time to randomly hit the answer, rather than that your logic finally prevails. A couple are fun to try to figure out because you don’t even know the rules, but once you’ve figured it out you can’t play again, because figuring out the rules was the whole puzzle. There also seems to be a little discrepancy on levels, because they’re advertising 5 distinct levels and 30 brain teasers, and even the full version doesn’t even come close to that. Perhaps they shortened it and lowered the price? Knowing how short it turned out to be, although it was fun I don’t feel it was long enough to be worth the price. Pros: a well-illustrated game with puzzles, no violence, imaginative “world”, and the option to replay any of the puzzles at the end. Cons: it’s very short for a $3.99 game. I finished in a couple of hours and the second time it only took about 30 minutes. I don’t see myself having an interest in playing it a third time, it’s just not that challenging. Also, it crashes. A lot. However, it opens more instantly than any game I’ve ever played so not much time is lost.